LOEWE links up with On, LV enlists Roger and Rafael & more this week

LOEWE links up with On, LV enlists Roger and Rafael & more this week

by Robyn Pullen
10 min

We know you’re barely surviving Monday so here’s a pick-me-up to keep you pushing on. We’ve rounded up the latest fashion, music, sneaker, and culture news that you’ll want to know, including LOEWE and On’s collab, Louis Vuitton escape into the Dolomites, Ksubi’s summer drop, Umbro’s “United by Umbro” collection, and more.

LOEWE x On link up for their biggest collab yet

Luxury fashion house LOEWE has teamed up with sport style brand On for its biggest and closest collaboration yet. Inviting six athletes to venture into nature and put the duo’s collaboration to the test, the campaign reveals a ready-to-wear collection of technical activewear, statement outerwear and cushioned footwear. Hit up LOEWE’s website to learn more about the drop which registered customers can pre-order now.

Louis Vuitton enlists Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal

The latest chapter of Louis Vuitton’s “Core Values” campaign sees sports icons Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal captured by photographer Annie Leibovitz in Italy’s Dolomites mountain range. Traversing the rocky, snowy terrain, the campaign embodies its own tagline: “There are Journeys that turn into Legends.” Hit up Louis Vuitton’s socials to view the full campaign now.

Rains x Lancey Foux get festival ready

Ahead of a summer of partying in fields, Rains has just dropped its Festival 2024 campaign, an apparel collection in collaboration with UK-based rapper, Lancey Foux. In promotion of Rains’ new all-weather, festival fits, Lancey Foux will be wearing looks from the drop on stage at Big Smoke Festival and All Points East. Shop Rains’ Festival 2024 drop on the brand’s website now, and keep an eye out for it in Lancey Foux’s sets this summer. 

Ksubi escapes into “Paradise Lost”

Wild parties, sunburnt skin, and promiscuous relationships are all a common occurrence in Paradise Lost, the destination of luxury streetwear brand Ksubi’s Pre-Fall ’24 campaign. Set against the backdrop of a sunny vacation, the collection features Ksubi’s key denim styles with its punk edge, as well as lightweight shirts, graphic tees, and mesh shorts. Hit up Ksubi’s website or head in store to shop the drop now.

Umbro does bloke-core in “United by Umbro” shoot

Teaming up with Manchester-born photographer, Louis Bever, sportswear brand Umbro has revealed its “United by Umbro” campaign and collection. Inspired by unifying power of footy, and the brand’s rich history, the drop features mash-up jerseys each with a unique crest designed by kit designer, Floor Wessling. If you’re looking to cop a unique footy jersey ahead of a summer filled with the beautiful game, hit up Umbro’s website now.

Belstaff x Merrell want you to touch grass

Belstaff and Merrell have teamed up to get you back into nature and out into the world via their collaborative new drop: the Hydro Moc. The Belstaff x Merrell 1TRL collaboration sees two of Merrell’s existing footwear silhouettes reimagined in Belstaff style. Designed for traversing both city and rural terrains, the Belstaff x Merrell 1TRL is available now on Belstaff’s website and select retailers.

Dr. Martens x MadeMe puts its heart on its toe cap

Dr. Martens is teaming up with MadeMe for its latest partnership, the women’s streetwear label founded in 2007 and known for its “for girls, by girls” ethos. As part of the collab, Dr. Martens; chunky 1461 Quad shoe has been given a “femme” update, with a steel toe exposed through a heart-shaped cut-out. Hit up the brand’s website to shop its MadeMe collab now.

OUR LEGACY splashes into summer with a new drop

OUR LEGACY is making a splash with its latest campaign, a portrait style depiction of its “SPLASH” 2024 collection photographed by Isak Berglund Mattson Mårn in Stockholm. The men’s and women’s capsule collection is a summer-ready array of denim jackets and skirts, cargo shorts, hemp knits, and airy shirts and dresses in dusty floral hues. Hit up OUR LEGACY’s website to shop the brand’s “SPLASH” drop now.

Corbin Shaw’s new exhibition explores the “Little Dark Age”

Corbin Shaw’s latest show, “Little Dark Age” has finally opened in Marylebone, featuring the artist’s latest exhibition of dystopian portraits. Hosted at Incubator 24, the show delves into modern life in Britain, touching on Shaw’s youth in a south Yorkshire ex-mining town and the notion of ‘ad-hocism’, where once objects lose their functional purpose they can become something new. Hit up Incubator 24 in Marylebone until May 26th to view the exhibition. 

ECCO.Kollektive enlists Craig Green, Louis-Gabriel Nouchi, & Ottolinger

ECCO.Kollective (F.K.A. At.Kollective) has just revealed the guest designers invited to partake in its boundary-pushing SS25 project: Craig Green, Louis-Gabriel Nouchi, and Ottolinger. The project aims to challenge the traditional relationships between manufacturers, designers and consumers, working with designers to interpret and push the possibilities of leather, culminating in a multi-faceted collection spanning shoes, accessories and ready-to-wear. Keep an eye out for what’s coming from ECCO.Kollective’s project with Craig Green, Louis-Gabriel Nouchi, and Ottolinger.

Admiral Sports is getting ready for the Euros

Admiral Sports’ latest pack just dropped in the lead to the Euro’s, paying homage to The Boleyn Ground. The new collection takes the core colours of The Irons, and applies the Claret & Blue across signature track jackets, tees, and embroidered jackets. Hit up Admiral Sports’ website now to shop the Claret & Blue Pack drops. 

Pepsi enlists Lenny Kravitz for a UEFA performance

Pepsi just enlisted rock artist Lenny Kravitz (yes, you ready that right) to become the headliner of this year’s UEFA Champions League Final Kick Off Show presented by Pepsi on June 1st. Set to perform his new album, Blue Electric Light as well as iconic tracks from his discography, the event will kick off ahead of the highly anticipated Champions League final football match between Dortmund and Real Madrid. Tune into the Kick Off Show on YouTube on June 1st. 

Ben Sherman kits out Team GB (and you)

Ben Sherman, the official supplier of Team GB for the upcoming Paris 2024 Olympics, has just revealed its range of apparel that GB athletes will wear for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Ben Sherman has revealed this as well as an exclusive retail capsule collection for fans to drop. Hit up Ben Sherman’s website to shop the retail apparel drop.

Featured image via Belstaff x Merrell©

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